The Joint Review Panel report suggested that the Site C Project “would be accompanied by significant unmitigated losses to wildlife and rare plants, including losses to species of concern under the Species at Risk Act” and to game and plant resources used by First Nations peoples.

Building the Site C dam means ignoring the value and importance of wildlife in the valley and the people that depend on it for their well being. The environmental footprint of a dam and reservoir may run the entire length of the river from the highest mountain peaks that feed the headwaters to the river’s delta at the ocean affecting wildlife in and around the dam and its surrounding mountains.

Building Site C means

Ignoring the Value

of the valley